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SelectaDNA Spray Saving Merseyside Post Offices

Security DNA specialists and Chairman Company of the BSIA Asset and property protection sector – Selectamark security systems have spent the past few years working with high risk of attack post offices throughout the UK.

In 2012, the post office regional manager of Merseyside approached Selectamark to discuss a cost effective way of protecting 20 of the ‘highest risk’ stores in the area. SelectaDNA spray was introduced to prevent any theft; it is a liquid spray that disperses out onto the thieves’ clothes, skin and hair. SelectaDNA spray is a no harmful substance but cannot be instantly washed away and stays on clothes and creases of the skin for up to 4weeks. It has helped police identify the criminals by being able to take traces of their DNA from the skin, clothes and hair. The DNA will then be sent away for forensic analysis to prove whether they are guilty or not. 

02 February 2016/Author: Liam Collins/Number of views (255)/Comments (0)/
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0% burglaries for Schools on the Wirral

Selectamark - protecting the public sector from theft

Security DNA specialists are Chairman Company of the BSIA Asset and property protection sector – Selectamark security systems have been making extremely proactive in working with public sector organisations just like Woodchurch high school on the Wirral. The school currently educates over 1300 pupils and employs more than 220 teaching and non-teaching members of staff.

Before the school opened back in 2010, the new ICT and technical equipment were marked with the latest property marking solution – SelectaDNA by Selectamark security systems.

The SelectaDNA solution has currently prevented the school from becoming a victim of theft and now over 60 schools on the Wirral are using SelectaDNA. 

02 February 2016/Author: Liam Collins/Number of views (198)/Comments (0)/
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Rural Watch Gets Underway In Cheshire

POLICE in Neston, Cheshire West, have held their first Rural Watch meeting to introduce local farmers to anti-theft devices including SelectaDNA forensic marking.

19 January 2016/Author: Liam Collins/Number of views (297)/Comments (0)/
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Northumbria Police Take Pride In Successful Crime Crackdown


Police began Operation Community Pride in the former mining town of Ashington in October 2015. It resulted in an impressive 32 arrests and 21 raids in its first week, mainly for drug-related offences. The Operation continued with the issue of fines, warning letters and protection notices served for various motoring and environmental offences, as well as police visits to troublesome tenants.  The problem of residential burglary was then addressed with the distribution of SelectaDNA property marking kits to homes considered at risk in the area. 
 

14 January 2016/Author: Liam Collins/Number of views (314)/Comments (0)/
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Festive Warning About Bike Theft & Police Tips To Protect It Over Christmas

A BIKE will be at the top of many children's wish-lists this Christmas, unfortunately it's also at the top of many criminals' hit-lists too.
Bikes are ideal targets for thieves - especially if they have been left unsecured or inside unlocked sheds. It takes minutes for an opportunist thief to spot an unlocked bike and make off with it and hundreds of pounds worth of ‘Christmas present’ can be stolen in an instant.

21 December 2015/Author: Liam Collins/Number of views (551)/Comments (0)/
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